The Scrivener's Tale by Fiona McIntosh

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Fiona McIntosh returns to Paris and Morgravia, her popular fantasy world, with The Scrivener’s Tale, a thrilling standalone novel.

Ex-psychologist Gabe Figaret was done with patients for good, until he meets Angelina, a young mute woman he’s been asked to mentor. When she starts speaking about another realm called Morgravia, he doubts her, but soon comes under the spell of her compelling visions. As Gabe delves deeper into Angelina’s unsettled psyche, he learns more about his own soul, his past, and whom he can trust in his own troubled life.

Splendidly characterized and beautifully crafted, Fiona McIntosh’s The Scrivener’s Tale is an action-packed fantasy adventure that will leave you spellbound.


About Fiona McIntosh

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Fiona McIntosh was born in Brighton, England. At the age of nineteen, Fiona travelled first to Paris and later to Australia, where she has lived ever since. In 2001, her first novel - volume one of a fantasy trilogy - was published and since then she has written 14 best selling fantasy novels. Her first crime novel, Bye Bye Baby, was published in 2007 and this was followed by Beautiful Death featuring the same key character, popular DCI Jack Hawksworth. Fiona has since written several fantasy novels for children but is increasingly known for her best selling historical fiction. She has a passion for making great coffee, all forms of baking and an addiction to chocolate. When she is not globetrotting, Fiona splits her time between South Australia and Tasmania. She is married with twin sons and two crazy dogs.
Published March 26, 2013 by Harper Voyager. 527 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, History, Romance. Fiction

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Over the course of three books, McIntosh carried readers on a journey through the magical and brutal world of Morgravia, displaying her skill at storytelling and worldbuilding on a smaller stage.

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